The Same Stream Twice 
at Play/Ground 2021

A short play about communication and miscommunication that reappropriates imagery from online theatre back into real-time and space.

The Same Stream Twice is a new performance that attempts to displace and reimagine the aesthetics, modality, and feelings of "zoom theater" into a lo-fi theatrical world. I wrote and directed this piece, and performed it with Evan Moritz, Ure Egbuho, and Michael Spears, with music by Evan Moritz.

The House on Fire Show

An experimental youth climate drama about facts and feelings, created in collaboration between activists and artists of all ages, all around the country.

 

This 3-episode miniseries premiered at the Buffalo Institute of Contemporary Art on June 19th, 26th, and July 10th. 

 

I co-produced this project alongside director and producer Kyla Kegler, Ilyas Khan and the Western New York Youth Climate Council, and 40+ artists and activists of all ages across the US. 
 

Everything I've Ever Done for Money

In November, I presented a new short piece of experimental comedy, Everything I've Ever Done for Money, at a Sunday Stand-Up Salon presented by the Buffalo Institute for Contemporary Art. The event featured three female performers/comedians from Buffalo and Berlin. 

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Triple Medusa

This summer I presented a new work of comic opera, Triple Medusa, created and performed with Ino Aksentiev and Sarah Hughes, featuring costumes by Zac Brenner.  We performed the piece in May at Joe Squared and in June at Floristee in Baltimore, MD. 

Horse People in 
Emergency INDEX

My solo performance, Horse People, was featured in the 8th volume of Emergency INDEX, an annual survey of the state of the field of performance, published by Ugly Duckling Presse.  Volume 8 includes 285 works from 48 countries performed during 2018, and is hailed by Robert Ashley as "a profoundly important publication"!

The War Show at OOB Festival

My short play, The War Show, was selected by Samuel French for their 44th annual Off Off Broadway Short Play Festival.  Presented at The Vineyard Theatre on August 21st 2019, it was directed by Evan Moritz and starred Uré Egbuho, Michael Axelrod, Jonathan Jacobs, and myself.

A variety show confronts the absurdities of war in six acts. A comedic meditation on our worst instincts, featuring battle cries, tap dancing, battles we’ve won, battles we’ve lost, and battles we lost so hard we thought we won.

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